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If a persistent invisibility spell is cast upon a creature, and that creature attacked, would the spell end, be suppressed, or continue?

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A persistent invisibility spell ends if the subject attacks

The 2nd-level Sor/Wiz spell invisibility [illus] (Player's Handbook 245) has the entry Duration: 1 min./level (D). (The parenthetical D is for dismissible; it's unimportant here.) Modifying this invisibility spell with the metamagic feat Persistent Spell (Complete Arcane 81) essentially changes this entry to Duration: 24 hours (D).

Elements of the invisibility spell besides its duration remain unchanged by the application of the feat Persistent Spell. Thus, still, "[t]he spell ends if the subject attacks any creature" (PH 245).

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